ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY 150 MCQS MOCK TEST 5 FOR NTA UGC NET

ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY 150 MCQS MOCK TEST 5 FOR NTA UGC NET

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Economic Geography 150 MCQS PART 5

Economic Geography 150 MCQS PART 5

  • This Test Contains 25 Questions
  • Total Questions is 150
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Q.101. What is the common practice involved in shifting cultivation

(A) Use of sophisticated machinery

(B) Large scale use of fertilizers

(C) Maximum use of animal power

(D) Utilization of poor soils through ploughing

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Q.102. Match List-I with List-II and select the correct answer

List-I

(Shifting Cultivation Country)

List-II

(Local Name)

A. Malaysia1. Roca
B. Philippines2. Ladang
C. Mayanmar3. Tamrai
D. Thailand4. Tungya
E. Brazil5. Caingin

Codes:

 ABCDE
A.25431
B.25341
C.13452
D.14325

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Q.103. Match List-I with List-II and select the correct

List-I

(Shifting Cultivation Country)

List-II

(Local Name)

A. Sri Lanka1. Milpa
B. Mexico2. Conuco
C. India3. Humah
D. Java4. Jhum
E. Venezuela5. Chena

Codes:

 ABCDE
A.54132
B.23145
C.51432
D.34152

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Q.104. Match List-I with List-II and select the correct answer from given below

List-I

(Shifting Cultivation States)

List-II

(Local Name)

A. Orissa1. Jhum
B. Madhya Pradesh2. Podu
C. Kerala3. Kumari
D. North-East States4. Beera
E. Western Ghats5. Ponam

Codes:

 ABCDE
A.24315
B.24513
C.31542
D.25431

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Q.105. Who developed the technique to measure the agriculture efficiency

(A) S.S. Bhatia

(B) R.L. Singh

(C) S.M. Rafiullah

(D) LD Stamp

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Q.106. The theory of crop combination regions was given first time during the year 1954 by

(A) D. Whittlessey

(B) J.C. Weaver

(C) Von Thunen

(D) O.E. Baker

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Q.107. The Input-Output Ratio methods to measures agricultural productivity was given

(A) Enyedi

(B) M. Shafi

(C) Khusro

(D) Kendall

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Q.108. The ranking coefficient method to measures agricultural productivity was given

(A) Doi

(B) Kendall

(C) Eneydi

(D) Stamp

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Q.109. Von Thunen's Agricultural Location Theory is based on

(A) Empirical Approach

(B) Deductive Approach

(C) Normative Approach

(D) Behavioural Approach

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Q.110. Which one of the following related to tribal economy

(A) Intensive Cultivation

(B) Footloose Industry

(C) Mining and Quarrying

(D) Shifting Cultivation

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Q.111. Which organization divided the Agro-Climatic region of India

(A) Ministry of Agriculture

(B) Planning Commission and National Remote Sensing Agency (NRSA)

(C) Indian Institute of Remote Sensing (IIRS)

(D) Ministry of Environment and Forest

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Q.112. How many types Agro-Climatic regions of India is a found

(A) 13

(B) 14

(C) 15

(D) 10

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Q.113. What are the bases of Agro-Climatic regions of India for demarcated by planning commission and NRSA

(A) Relief, Soil and Drainage

(B) Rainfall. Temperature, Soil and Length of Growing Season

(C) Vegetation, Soil and Land use Pattern

(D) Crops, Relief and Land use Pattern

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Q.115. S.S. Bhatia is well known for contribution to develop the measurement method for

(A) Cropping pattern

(B) Crop Combination regions

(C) Agricultural Productivity

(D) Crop Diversification

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Q.116. The conservation of resources indicates

(A) Protection of Natural Resources

(B) To stop utilization of resources on a large scale

(C) Protection of environment and meaningful utilization of resources

(D) Save the resources along with proper utilization of resources

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Q.117. Match List-I with List-II and select the answer –

List-IList-II
A. Horticulture1. Cultivation of Forest
B. Silviculture2. Cultivation of Bee Keeping
C. Sericulture3. Cultivation of Vegetables
D. Apiculture4. Cultivation of Fruits
E. Permaculture5. Cultivation of Silkworms

Codes:

 ABCDE
A.42513
B.24135
C.31524
D.31425

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Q.118. The transport route development model by Taffe, Morrill and Gould based on this study on

(A) Ethiopia and Egypt

(B) Sudan and Nigeria

(C) Kenya and Nigeria

(D) Ghana and Nigeria

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Q.119. Who is called father of Green Revolution

(A) Doi

(B) Norman Boralaug

(C) Coppock

(D) Symon

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Q.120. Who is called Father of Green Revolution in India

(A) S.M. Rafiullah

(B) M. Shafi

(C) M.S. Swaminathan

(D) G. Eneydi

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Q.121. The collective farms is Russia is called

(A) Fazenda

(B) Factory Farming

(C) Kulkhoz

(D) Kraal

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Q.122. NABARD a segments of Agricultural Development constituted for improving

(A) Physical Factors

(B) Institutional Factors

(C) Infrastructural Factors

(D) Technological Factors

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Q.123. The main aim of second green revolution of India is

(A) Commercialization of Agriculture

(B) To promote food security and Sustainable Agriculture

(C) To changing cropping pattern

(D) To promote crop diversification

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Q.124. Tribal people practice shifting cultivation primarily because

(A) Soil fertility gets reduced after a few years

(B) The forest re-establish itself in a few years

(C) People prefer migratory life

(D) Land is left fallow to regain its fertility

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Q.125. The main aim of Boserup Model is

(A) To alleviating rural poverty by practising agriculture

(B) Population growth leads to agricultural development by adopting new techniques

(C) To promote eco-friendly agriculture

(D) To promote crop diversification

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Syllabus:

Unit–VI:   Geography of Economic Activities and Regional Development            

Economic Geography

Factors affecting spatial organisation of economic activities (primary, secondary, tertiary and quarternary), Natural Resources (classification, distribution and associated problems), Natural Resources Management. World Energy Crises in Developed and Developing Countries.

Agricultural Geography 

Land capability classification and Land Use Planning, Cropping Pattern: Methods of delineating crop combination regions (Weaver, Doi and Rafiullah), Crop diversification, Von Thunen’s Model of Land Use Planning. Measurement and Determinants of Agricultural Productivity, Regional variations in Agricultural Productivity, Agricultural Systems of the World.

Industrial Geography 

Classification of Industries, Factors of Industrial Location; Theories of Industrial Location (A. Weber, E. M. Hoover, August Losch, A. Pred and D. M. Smith). World Industrial Regions, Impact of Globalisation on manufacturing sector in Less Developed Countries, Tourism Industry, World distribution and growth of Information And Communication Technology (ICT) and Knowledge Production (Education and R & D) Industries. 

Geography of Transport and Trade

Theories and Models of spatial interaction (Edward Ullman and M. E. Hurst) Measures and Indices of connectivity and accessibility; Spatial Flow Models: Gravity Model and its variants, World Trade Organisation, Globalisation and Liberalisation and World Trade Patterns. Problems and Prospects of Inter and Intra Regional Cooperation and Trade.

 

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